Brittany Scott is an Associate with Bursor & Fisher, P.A.  Brittany focuses her practice on data privacy, complex civil litigation, and consumer class actions.  Brittany was an intern with Bursor & Fisher prior to joining the firm.

Brittany has substantial experience  litigating consumer class actions, including those involving data privacy claims under statutes such as the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Michigan Preservation of Personal Privacy Act.  In addition to data privacy claims, Brittany has significant experience in litigating class action claims involving false and misleading advertising.

Brittany is admitted the State Bar of California and is a member of the bars of the United States District Courts for the Northern, Central, Southern, and Eastern Districts of California, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, the Northern District of Illinois, the Western District of Michigan, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

Brittany received her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2019, graduating cum laude.  During law school, Brittany was a member of the Constitutional Law Quarterly, for which she was the Executive Notes Editor.  Brittany published a note in the Constitutional Law Quarterly entitled “Waiving Goodbye to First Amendment Protections: First Amendment Waiver by Contract.” Brittany also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Andrew Y.S. Cheng for the San Francisco Superior Court. In 2016, Brittany graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a B.A. in Political Science.

Selected Class Settlements

  • Morrissey v. Tula Life, Inc., Case No. 2021L0000646 (18th Judicial Circuit Court DuPage County 2021) – final approval granted for $5 million class settlement to resolve claims of cosmetics purchasers for alleged false advertising.
  • Clarke et al. v. Lemonade Inc., Case No. 2022LA000308 (Cir. Ct. DuPage Cnty. 2022) – final approval granted for $4 million class settlement to resolve claims for alleged BIPA violations.
  • Whitlock v. Jabil Inc., Case No. 2021CH00626 (Cir. Ct. Cook Cnty. 2022) – final approval granted for $995,000 class settlement to resolve claims for alleged BIPA violations.